Ala. Admin. Code r. 780-X-11-.02 - Issuance

Current through Register Vol. 40, No. 6, March 31, 2022

(1) The temporary permit is effective for one specific appraisal assignment and one extension of time for completion of the assignment. If the assignment is not completed within six (6) months, the appraiser must request and the Board may issue a written extension of six months for the completion of the assignment. There is a limit of five Temporary Permits which can be issued in a twelve-month period.
(2) While practicing under a temporary permit in this state, the holder thereof will affix to all appraisals and documents for use and execution in this state the added notation: "Practicing in the State of Alabama under Temporary Permit No ..... "


Ala. Admin. Code r. 780-X-11-.02
Emergency adoption filed February 15, 1991; effective February 18, 1991. Permanent adoption filed April 8, 1991; effective May 15, 1991. Amended: Filed September 26, 1991; effective October 31, 1991. Amended: Filed April 21, 1994. Emergency adoption: Filed May 5, 1994; effective June 1, 1994. Amended: Filed June 22, 1994; effective July 27, 1994. Amended: Filed June 22, 1999; effective July 27, 1999. Amended: Filed June 22, 1999; effective July 27, 1999. Amended: Filed March 25, 2014; effective April 29, 2014.

Author: Alabama Real Estate Appraisers Board

Statutory Authority: Code of Ala. 1975, ยง 34-27A-14.

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